The video features K. Michelle walking, bathing, and even drinking Jack Daniels in the rain as she reflects on her bad relationship. But soon, she steps out of the rain into a sunnier, new phase in life, allowing the rain to follows her ex instead.
Like always, K. Michelle keeps it 1000 on this track that addresses the heartbreak she feels over past relationships...and when I say past relationships, I mean Michelle's REAL exes. On the song, she laments about not being able to find someone to give her genuine love, mentioning her exes Memphitz and Idris Elba in the process.
The clip features an animated K. Michelle as she and her friends live in a lit trailer park. Also, you've probably never see Michelle perform this much choreography!
Now in a recent interview with HuffPost, Michelle is expounding on her feelings, saying its discouraging when her soulful style of singing is overlooked but praised and promoted when it's a white artist singing the same type of song.
Her previous releases “Not A Little Bit” and "Ain't You" both deal with post-relationship stresses, and her newest release "Time" is no different. On the old-school soul record, Michelle joyfully pats herself on the back for leaving a bad relationship.
Michelle sure has been rapping a lot lately! She recently took on Yo Gotti’s “Down In The DM,” then she was back to singing (a little more) on “Ain’t You,” now she’s back with another track from More Issues Than Vogue: the T-Pain-assisted shortie, “Mindful.”
Today (Feb 12), K. Michelle’s third studio album More Issues Than Vogue is available for pre-order, and with it, the singer drops another single called “Ain’t You.”
Ooo wee, it just got a little hot in here! Jason Derulo is taking on a more sexed up image in his new video for “Naked,” and it features his label mate K. Michelle.
Following Chrisette Michelle’s flip, K. Michelle is the latest R&B singer to put her spin on Yo Gotti’s “Down In The DM” with her “K-Mix.”
K. Michelle has released the cover art and tracklist for the album, which is titled More Issues Than Vogue. (Gotta love her album titles, man!)